ng-meme

AngularJS directive for creating memes
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Author: 7113257?v=3 agramian

ng-meme

AngularJS directive for creating basic memes from local or remote files.

Running the Demo

Clone the repo then open the demo/index.html file in a web browser.

Note: Due to CORS and security restrictions for the most straightforward demo experience use Firefox. If you would like to use Chrome you will have to start it with the --allow-file-access-from-files flag.

Assuming the default install locations, for Windows use C:\Users\XXX_USER\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe --allow-file-access-from-files and for OSX /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --allow-file-access-from-files &

For a production app you will have to make sure all images being used meet the necessary CORS and security requirements most likely by serving the images from your own server.

Installation

bower install agramian/ng-meme

Include the meme factory and directive scripts in your app. <script src="bower_components/ng-meme/src/meme-factory.js"></script> <script src="bower_components/ng-meme/src/meme-directive.js"></script>

Usage

Add a canvas element with the meme directive identifier along with values or bindings to the various attributes.

Include the memeFactory and memeDirective dependencies.

Inject the MemeAPI dependency into the controller where the directive will be altered.

Minimally instantiate the MemeApi, set a source image either directly in the canvas element or set the associated variable in your controller, then call set the directive's height and width if not already set.

For more details see the demo app source.

TODO

  • GIF handling
  • re-implement use of ImageFromUrlApi to demonstrate use of served images to avoid CORS issues
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